Tackling climate change in communities

posted September 10, 2021 at 08:00 pm
by  Manila Standard
Bria Homes, a developer of quality affordable homes, has initiated eco-friendly schemes in its more than 50 projects all over the country, to combat climate change.

“Apart from providing security to BRIA residents, and contributing to better architectural landscaping in our developments, solar-powered streetlights promote renewable energy and lessen the carbon footprint of our communities,” said Red Rosales, President of BRIA Homes.

Prospective residents who aim to live eco-friendlier lives can purchase a BRIA unit through flexible schemes and digital payment methods available both locally and internationally through BRIA’s partner banks and e-wallets like GCash, AllEasy, and PayMaya.

Buyers can check out BRIA’s website for 360 virtual tours, or inquire online through the BRIA Facebook page.

Topics: Bria Homes ,  eco-friendly schemes , climate change , Red Rosales
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